By B. Czarniawska
Casting the opposite: holding Gender Inequalities within the office specializes in the construction and upkeep of gender inequalities in businesses. by means of emphasizing 'difference' as anything to be controlled many agencies institute the 'problem of difference', and whereas orgainzations pay lip-service to rules of equality, their daily practices can be unchanged and unchallenged. Discrimination of assorted teams comparable to ladies, immigrants and older humans maintains and its dynamics stay uncertain, principally as a result of the problems of learning it within the box. also, numerous courses geared toward removal inequality, comparable to gender equality of dealing with variety courses, may very well put up for sale by way of making variations noticeable and stabilizing them. administration, below those conditions, involves check with the administration of appearances which take where of extra radical acts to alter the 'status quo'.
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Expressen 1995) In September 1995, a few large newspapers publish articles that once more associate the Centre with athletic anorexia (Dagens Nyheter 1995; GöteborgsPosten 1995; Svenska Dagbladet 1995). The articles refer to a press conference held by the Swedish Sports Confederation and the researchers at the Centre. At the conference the results of a research project conducted at the Centre on prevalence, causes, characteristics and treatment of athletic anorexia has been presented. The results indicate that female athletes run a ﬁfteen-times greater risk of getting an eating disorder.
Thus, contrary to other clinics in Stockholm specializing in eating disorders the Centre does not form part of a psychiatry department and it does not oﬀer any psychotherapy. Instead, eating practice at the Mandometer forms an important part of the Centre’s therapeutic practice for treating anorexia and other eating disorders (Wedbjer 1998). The Mandometer is a computerized eating training device that consists of a plate that is put on a scale connected to a computer containing a number of computer programmes.
In this statement, the recommendations of the established Swedish medical sciences on how to treat anorexia are presented. The prevalence of and causes of anorexia are also discussed. Since anorexia nervosa was given a name in the 1870s, a large number of causes, psychiatric as well as somatic, have been proposed without much success (Ward et al. 2000). In the early 1990s this situation is reﬂected in the Medical Research Council’s conclusions about the causes of anorexia: The following possible causes of onset of the illness have been identiﬁed: heredity, physiological factors, family structure, personality and cultural and social factors.